Frederick Douglass Scholar-in-Residence lecture and discussion: Thursday, June 14th

The Rohrbach Library’s Voices & Choices Center is proud to host the Frederick Douglass Institute Scholar, Nathaniel J. Williams, on Thursday, June 14th, 12:00 noon in the VCC Gallery on the 2nd floor. This open lecture and discussion is titled, “The Fight for Civil Rights/Racial Justice.” Williams will also present “Underground Railroad” on Monday June 18th and “Publishing and Public Speaking” on Tuesday June 26th —at noon in the VCC gallery. For more information, please contact Professor Sandra Allen, VCC Librarian at 610-683-4163.

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